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Description:In this 1983 photograph, Rosemary Ramsey, a Centers for Disease Control research chemist, was shown here conducting chromatography tests on biological fluids from AIDS patients.
Chromatography is the separation of a chemical mixture into its component compounds by passing them through a system that is designed to trap, or slow their passing based on particular molecular properties such as size, charge, or composition.
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Creation Date:1983
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